- Licensed Deleading Contractors are authorized to carry out Deleading Projects and Renovation Work. Note that a Deleading Contractor must have a licensed Deleader-Supervisor on deleading worksites at all times when Deleading Work is in progress. On renovation worksites, a Deleading Contractor must have a Lead-Safe Renovator-Supervisor on site at all times when renovation work is in progress.
Licensed Lead Training Providers provide training required by 454 CMR 22.00, including training required for Deleader-Workers, Deleader-Supervisors and Lead-Safe Renovator-Supervisors.
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Renovation, repair and painting work conducted for a fee in Housing built prior to 1978 and Child-Occupied Facilities where more than 6 sq. ft. of painted surface per room is disturbed on the interior of a building, or more than 20 sq. ft. of painted surface on the exterior of a building, must be carried out by Lead-Safe Renovation (LSR) Contractor. Licensed LSR Contractors must have a trained and Certified LSR Supervisor on their staff. Under MA regulations, a LSR Supervisor is required to be on site at all times while Renovation Work is in progress Deleading Contractors are also authorized to perform Renovation Work if a Licensed Deleader Supervisor who has received his/her initial or refresher training after 7/9/10, or a LSR Supervisor is on site at all times while Renovation Work is in progress.
- Certified Lead-Safe Renovation Supervisors are authorized to perform as supervisors on Moderate Risk Deleading Projects being carried out by Lead-Safe Renovation Contractors licensed by DOS.